tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC December 19, 2009 3:05am-4:00am EST
>> jimmy: that was good. i feel the energy. feeling really great. thank you, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." happy friday. sir, i am so excited. i'm getting so excited. i love this time of year. all this talk about donner, dancer, prancer and vixen. you know, tiger's call girls. [ laughter ] [ cheers and alause ] this tiger story just keeps getting worse and worse. now they're saying in aition to having mistresses, tiger was also hiring prostitutes. and today tiger was like, "i just want to say to my sponsors, we always rehydrated with gatorade in the back seat of a buick and i always paid them with american express." [ laughter and applause ] man it was freezing in new york today. wasn't it cold? [ cheers ]
so cold, even al gore was like, [ imitating al gore ] "all right, just give a little bit of global warming. come on. just a little bit." [ laughter ] my al gore sounds like forrest gump. it's not good. [ light laughter ] i've got to work on my al gore. everybody is bundling up. today i saw lady gaga wearing her flannel face wreath. [ laughter ] she's no dummy. she's no dummy. hey, we've got snoop dogg on the show tonight. come on. [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. amazing. he even got here -- he even got herearly. he's been here since like, what? 4:20? >> yeah. >> jimmy: wait till you hear this. a new poll found that 44% of americans would rather have george w. bush back as the president. [ mixed cheers and boos ] the scary part is that one of those people was president obama. he's like, "please, be my guest. it's all yours, buddy." [ laughter ] gosh.
guys, in a recent study for "new scientist" magazine, they found that dogs make better pets than cats. when cats heard that, they were like, "dyou think we care what you think?" [ laughter ] a cat. okay. you guys started christmas shopping yet? listen to this. a new study found 1% of men buy gifts for their loved ones at gas stations on christmas day. [ laughter ] nothing shows christmas warmth like a nice bottle of top shelf anti-freeze and a pack of slim jims. that's perfect. check this out. the city of los angeles is planning to close the medical marijuana centers because they are too close to schools and other public places. but don't worry, you'll still be able to get marijuana. you just have to go to schools and other public places. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's the only difference. that's the only difference. yeah, they're shutting down these you know, they're shutting down these marijuana centers, pot smokers responded by
organizing a protest and then completely forgetting about it. [ laughter ] this story is crazy here. the mother of a 56-year-old man in ohio said that her son, who was arrested for making a pipe bomb, shouldn't be in prison because building pipe bombs is his hobby. [ light laughter ] oh, mom. even if you're a potential terrorist, they can't fight the urge to brag about you. "have you seen him with his pipe bombs? he's really getting good. [ light laughter ] i can't make them." i read today that americans sent an estimated 1 trillion texts in the year 2009. we could have cut the number to half a billion if people would stop texting, "hey, just called you." [ laughter ] man, i love this story. a woman in louisiana was arrested after she poured a hot -- a pot of boiling grits onto her sleeping boyfriend after he said he was breaking up with her. must have been some breakup.
"hey, i'm going to dump you, but before i go, do you mind boiling me some grits while i go take nap? that'll be fine." [ laughter ] "i'm gonna go take a nap." and finally on msnbc's "hdball" this week, representative alan grason said, "instead of criticizing president obama, dick cheney should stfu." shut the -- yeah. right after that, cheney threatened to shoot him in the f-a-c-e. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, wow, wow. what a show. [ cheers and applause ] the one and only. calvin broadus. snoop dogg is here. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: snoop, it's so good to see you. thank you so much for coming on the show. >> thank you for having me on the show. thank you for putting my on the stairs, too, right next to the roots. i love this vide right here. >> jimmy: you liking it? >> just feel like i'm in the
hood, right here. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the vibe we want to put out there. yeah. yeah. >> looking out for the police. i'm the lookout. [ laughter ] we're good. >> jimmy: he's the lookout. i'm psyched you're here. thank you so much for coming on the show. i really appreciate it. you know, there are exactly nine shows before we go on christmas break. it's time for that beloved late night tradition. 12 days of christmas sweaters. ♪ 12 days of christmas sweaters nine days left ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, every show between now and christmas we're giving one lucky audience member an out of sight christmas sweater from the countdown to christmas cabinet. since there are nine days left. let's open door number nine. [ drum roll ] [ cheers and applause ]
that's a goodie. that's a good one. that's a vest. sweater vest. yeah. wow. [ cheers and applause ] now, before the show, we gave each audience member a number. and i'm going to pick one of those numbers out of this hat. drum roll, please? who wants me to pick their number? who wants this sweater? [ drum roll ] [ cheers and applause ] show it to me. come on. come on. you know i want to give it to you. you know you're going to get it. talking about number 15. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] wow. come on down. come on down. i was going to come up to you. how are you doing? >> fine. >> jimmy: yeah. let me see your ticket first. yeah. thank you. yeah. >> put it on right now. leave the jacket on. put it on top of the jacket. >> jimmy: just put it -- yeah, that's good. that's good. >> right on top of the jacket. >> jimmy: i think it looks good. >> over the jacket? >> yeah. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: what's your name? >> -- >> jimmy: i'm sorry? >> j-o-e-l. joel. >> jimmy: joel. okay, good. yeah, okay, good. joel, where are you from? >> puerto rico. >> jimmy: whoa, puerto rico. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so you are really going to need a sweater in puerto rico, right? >> definitely. >> jimmy: absolutely. what are you doing for the holidays? any special things? >> no, not yet. i don't have any plans yet. >> jimmy: do you guys want to hang out with joel? [ laughter ] please, write your letters to joel care of "late night with jimmy fallon." 30 rock, new york, new york. can you -- can you do one quick dance what you were doing before? roots can we get a little beat? ♪ give a little christmas dance. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] thanks joel. what a great guy. we've got a great show tonight. from the movie "did you hear
about the morgans?" the delightful mary steenburgen is here. oh, i love her. she's super fun. and, of course, we have the one and only snoop dogg in the house! [ cheers and applause ] sitting in with the roots and later on he'll perform a song from his brand new album "malice n wonderland." you guys, today is friday. and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails and, of course, i send out "thank you notes." so i'running a little bit behind tonight and i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now. is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] sorry, i had to do this. roots, can i get some "thank you note" writing music? do you mind? ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ "thank you oprah, for hosting a christmas special at the white
house this sunday. not everyone gets to sit down with the undisputed leader of the free world. so i'm sure obama's really, really excited." [ laughter and applause ] ♪ [ laughter ] "thank you, office christmas parties. in these times of economic stress and uncertainty, it's important that employees can come together in a relaxed atmosphere and find out who the biggest slut in accounting is. jessica." [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] "thank you, new mtv reality show 'jersey shore.' [ cheers and applause ] for making italian americans long for the good old days of being stereotyped as murderers and racketeers." [ laughter ] ♪
"thank you, guy whose chair made a farting noise for prompting him to spend the next 20 minutes awkwardly shifting around trying to re-create the noise so people would know it's just the chair." [ laughter and applause ] "the chair does it. the chair -- where did you guys get this chair? the chair makes this weird -- where did you guys -- 'cause it's the chair -- where'd you get this? it's just a weird chair. it's not making it now, i know, but it was. [ laughter ] i swear. i mean, it's just making it. maybe it was leaning back. was i leaning back? anyways, it was making it." ♪ [ light laughter ] "thank you, little kid who keeps pushing the button on the dancing santa doll at the drug store.
go ahead. just keep on pushing that button. i love hearing the electronic version of "rockin' around the christmas tree" over and over again. wait, stop pushing the button for one second so i can tell you a secret. santa isn't real. [ laughter ] [ audience aws ] he was created by coca-cola. to sell more soda. now go on. press that button again." [ laughter ] i'm not going to send that one. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] but you all know i wrote it. ♪ "thank you, radiator next to my bed. the noises you make resound in my head. the gurgling, the knocking, the hissing and clanging, the whistling, chortling. ringing and banging. they wake me and plague me su as the norm. but this ancient device keeps me
toasty and warm." [ laughter ] joel wrote that. thank you, joel. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ "thank you, guy who buys an entire outfit from one store. you clearly saw the mannequin and thought, that's the one." [ laughter ] you get it? he did it right there. ♪ "thank you computer desktop background of a beach that has slowly been obscured by dozens of document icons. [ light laughter ] now instead of a tropical paradise, you are like some sort of island hell where i'm forced to do work all day." [ laughter ] the last one.
[ audience aws ] ♪ [ laughter ] "thank you, christmas family newsletters that fill my day with useful information, like great news, 'carolyn got her braces off' and great news, 'aaron made the basketball team.' here's some news. nobody gives a [ bleep ]." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] there you have it. those are my "thank you notes." we'll be right back with more "late night." come on back. come on. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ boss: y'know, geico opened its doors back in 1936 and now we're insuring over 18 million drivers.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. and thank you so much for watching our show. our first guest has sd over 30 million albums and continues to be one of the biggest forces in hip-hop, if not the biggest. his new album "malice n wonderland" is in stores now. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the one and only snoop dogg. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: snoop dogg. so good to see you. thanks so much for coming on. i appreciate it, man. >> always a pleasure and a treat, jimmy. you know how we do. >> jimmy: you are such a great performer, and i am always in awe. i've seen you at a bunch of different things. you always -- you're just a professional. i love that you always put it out there.
you once hosted "saturday night live" when i was on the show. and it was a great episode. do you remember once you introduced me to bootsy collins? >> yeah. yabba, dabba, dubaba. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he said something like that to me. yeah, what does he say? >> yabba, dabba, dubaba. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he really does talk like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's super tall. looks like he's 15. he looks great. and i said -- "bootsy collins." he's from p-funk if you -- i go, "bootsy collins, oh my gosh, nice to meet you." he said, yeah, "dubba, dabble, duba." [ laughter ] what is he talking about? that's just the way he talks? >> he's got a cartoon mind. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] he really does? and he'll just say something like that? >> i mean, that's a form of communication. that's how we get down, you know what i'm saying? when i talk to him it's all about the communication. i might call him and be like, "yo, babba. yo-ho." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and then what -- and then what -- after you say "yo-ho," to him, what does he say back? he says --
so i'll call you up and i'll be like, "hey, bobby. hey. yo-ho." >> "yeah, shabba, dabba doo on the doowata." [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: at is so good. i love that. hey, let's talk about "malice n wonderland." your new thing here. look at this. [ cheers and applause ] just came out this week. >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: brand, brand new. and where did you come up with this title, "malice n wonderland"? >> the great lalo schifrin who composed "mission impossible" and he did a lot of great scores from back in the days. me and him, we met once upon a time and went to the studio. he created the song and the concept for me. >> jimmy: we have a picture of this guy. is this the guy? >> yeah, lalo schifrin. >> jimmy: he thought of this? [ laughter ] >> well, not exactly. i mean -- >> jimmy: that looks a lot like lalo there, doesn't it? [ laughter ]
>> you're a fool. >> jimmy: you know, dibba, daba -- [ laughter ] so you got "malice n wonderland" and it's now on priority records. and you are now the chairman of priority records? >> yeah, frank sinatra was the chairman of the board. so i took in the same role, 'cause that was the building he made his music out of, the capital building. >> jimmy: is that where you are? >> yeah. >> jimmy: the famous one. >> it spins around and around. >> jimmy: does it spin? >> yeah. you ought to really come see me and really spin. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i bet it really does spin when you are there. yeah. absolutely. yeah, are you sure it spins? >> maybe. maybe not. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know, we're not spinning right now, right? >> are we? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. maybe we are. >> start moving. >> jimmy: no, how is it like having snoop dogg as a boss? you're the boss. >> i'm a cool boss.
actually they asked me about a christmas party, do we have christmas parties? well, every day with me is a holiday. so we have a party every day. >> jimmy: absolutely. yeah. and priority -- now priority has been around for a while. was that -- >> eazy e, nwa, epmd's first album, "strictly business." >> jimmy: oh really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you are keeping it going. >> i'm going to keep it alive. >> jimmy: this is awesome, man. you got "malice n wonderland" to keep it alive. i have to ask you about a couple more things. the ustream channel? >> yeah, i'm one of the bosses on ustream as well. >> jimmy: are you really? >> yeah, that's a network where you can go live on the internet. ustream.tv and you can punch on to my show. i've got showalled "the wake 'n bake show." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now on "wake n bake" i'm assuming it's a morning show. >> actually it happens all -- all night long. [ ughter >> jimmy: it's a 24-hour show? >> yeah, basically, that's what it is. >> jimmy: is there any content or what basically -- >> well, the -- >> jimmy: if i was to tune into "wake 'n bake" is it you and hoda kotb? >> no, it's actually me, you
have a lot of great music playing in the background. a lot of greenery. a lot of vegetation. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, it's more of a horticulture show? >> and a lot of meditation, so it's beautiful. it's a treat. you ought to tune in one night. >> jimmy: i know ustream because it's like -- if you just put it on so you just see snoop. >> go to snoopdogg.tv, then go "wake n bake" show and bam! a cloud of smoke gonna pop up and i'm gonna come through like -- [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: like a magical genie. >> i got that effect. you understand me? i come through a cloud of smoke like, "what up? what's happening?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, if you don't mind, can you stick around? i was wondering if you'd do a little holiday message for everybody if you stick around. >> not a problem. i'm in the spirit of the holiday right now for you, jimmy. >> jimmy: snoop dogg will give us a very special holiday reading when we get back. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i had a pretty good job, but it wasn't what i wanted to do, and i thought, i don't want to do this for the rest of my life
i probably don't want to do it tomorrow. i told my dad, "i want to start a brewery." i told him, "i think you're crazy." i started sam adams with boston lager to make rich, flavorful beer. and he went and sold it one bottle at a time. no one had tried an american beer that had that kind of flavor. boston lager really was a groundswell. there's that saying, "do something you love "and you'll never work "a day in your life." i don't feel like i've worked for 24 years.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. and thank you for watching our show. hope you had a great friday night. we have a very special holiday treat for you right now. here to read a selection from the christmas classic "how the grinch stole christmas," please welcome once again snoop dogg. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> "every who down in whoville. the tall and the small was singing without any presents at all. he hadn't stopped christmas from coming. it came somehow or another, it came just the same. and the grinch with his grinch feet, ice cold in the snow, stood puzzling and puzzling, how could it be so? it came without ribbon, it came without tags, it came without packages, boxes or dime bags. [ laughter ]
and he puzzled and he paused until his puzzler was score and then the grinch thought of something he hadn't before. maybe christmas, he thought, doesn't come from a store. maybe christmas perhaps, means a little bit more. and what happened then, well in whoville they say, that the grinch's small heart grew three sizes that day. and then the true meaning of christmas came through and the grinch found the strength of ten grinch's plus two. and now that his heart didn't feel quite so tight, he whizzed with his load through the bright morning light. with his smile and his soul, he descended by crumpet cheerily blowing, "whoo, whoo" on his trumpet. [ laughter ] and he rode into whoville. he brought back their toys. he brought back their floor for the who girls and all the home boys. [ light laughter ]
he brought back their snoof and their chinglers, and puzzles. he brought everything back. all the food for the feast and he himself, the grinch carved the roast beef. welcome, christmas, bring your cheer. cheer to all who's far and near. christmas day is in our grasp. so long as we have hands to clasp. christmas day will always be just as long as we have weed. welcome christmas, while we stand heart to heart and hand to hand, the end." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: snoop dogg! he'll perform songs from his new album "malice n wonderland" later in thshow. mary steenburgen joins us next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ >> jimmy: welcome back. our next guest this evening is an academy award-winning actress who stars alongside hugh grant and sarah jessica parker in the new film entitled "did you hear about the morgans?" let's take a look at a clip. >> oh lord, she's coming. >> oh, my god. it's sarah palin. >> actually, the name is emma. emma wheeler, but you can call me deputy wheeler. >> oh, so -- so you're married? >> oh, yeah. >> just what you needed, huh?
a couple more guns. >> i love them. do you hunt? >> just for bargains. actually, i'm a member of peta. people for the ethical treatment of animals. >> so am i, except mine is people for eating tasty animals. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: welcome one of our favorites, mary steenburgen, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a little "proud mary" for you. >> i love that. >> jimmy: do you know snoop dogg? >> i have a little crush right now. >> jimmy: yeah? >> i do. >> snoop: you're looking nice this evening. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: he's married. he's married. >> well, i did think that, you know, i have a difficult last name, steenburgen, but when you put it with snoop dogg and
mary steenburgen, i thought it sounded really good. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a perfect name. >> you know, it just flows, i thought. >> jimmy: it super does flow. >> who is ted danson anyway? >> jimmy: how is ted danson? >> he's good. and, you know -- >> jimmy: i love him. he was on our show like our third week on. >> and you guys set the bar so low for me tonight. [ laughter ] it was so lame. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? it was great. >> no it was so lame. i was watching in the hotel in like a fetal position sucking my thumb. >> jimmy: we did a bit where we were whittling while -- talking to each other. >> it was pitiful. that's what we should have clips of. we should truly show it. >> jimmy: it really was -- >> one of the low moments in tv. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was not. it was great. it was fascinating television. you watching -- that should be a network. >> i think he should pull it up again and put it on your show and let your audience vote.
>> jimmy: thank you for coming on after that. >> after that. well, i figured how bad can it be? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's true. well, just wait and see. i'll figure out a way. i want to talk about this. it's the holiday season. you have your own type of candle? what is this? you have a candle company? >> well, my daughter lily and i started a candle company. they are gorgeous. that's the yellow one, but there's also different colors. and you can go to nellscompass.com. >> jimmy: nell's compass? >> yeah, my mom is nell. we named it after her. and part of the proceeds go to benefit heifer international. >> jimmy: heifer international? >> which is -- i know it's weird, but it's very cool organization. it gives animals to people all around the world. and it lifts them out of hunger and poverty, and it's a really cool thing. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is nice. it smells like a mango coconut. >> you can have that, jimmy. you cahave all of them, actually. >> jimmy: i'm not a charity case. i can buy a candle. [ laughter ]
the show is doing well. >> really? i was worried after the ted episode. >> jimmy: after your -- [ cheers and applause ] after that. he helped us. we were going down. pull them up. call in danson. he came in. we whittled. we came up in the ratings. so what is this. it says north-southwest. >> nell's compass so each candle is named after a direction. and they are very beautiful. they smell amazing. >> jimmy: it smells great. how would you start up a candle company? >> i know, i do these random weird things. everybody in my family is saying, "why are we doing this?" they just go with the flow now. it just happens. >> jimmy: you just had some wax and you go "what do we do with all of this wax? there's a wax build-up. i can't even move around the house. [ laughter ] let's just start making candles." >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's what happened? >> sort of. i have a -- my partners and i
have a store called rooms and gardens in los angeles. and i got into the world of design. and i kept seeing there were these really expensive candles that came from europe and you had to pay a jillion dollars for them and they were bad for you because they were petroleum based. so, i thought "i can do better than that." and i did. >> jimmy: good for you. >> good old american candle. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now tell me about this movie. "did you hear about the morgans?" >> this was an amazing experience with sarah jessica parker and hugh grant and sam elliott and they are a couple that's having troubles and they are not really even together anymore. and they inadvertently witness a murder. and they are put in a witness relocation program, and they are sent out to live with sam elliott and myself who are as far from they are as possible. and i'm like a card-carrying nra member, horseback riding bad guy catching, you know, deputy. >> jimmy: and they are -- she's like a new york city girl? >> yeah. and so the juxtaposition of the
four of us trying to live under one tiny roof with all the animal heads is what is fun about the movie. >> jimmy: i love sarah jessica parker. so fun. >> she's amazing. >> jimmy: she's coming on next week. this movie comes out in two weeks. not this weekend, but next weekend. >> that's right. she's incredible and so is he. hugh and i had some weird thing where the second we looked at each other, we broke up laughing. and on my first day, honestly, i thought i was going to be fired because we couldn't stop laughing. >> jimmy: we've never met before but we've met through other people. and i just hear you are the most fun person to hang out with at parties. one time we have to get together and just party. >> i'll do that with snoop, too, though. >> snoop: you do know that. >> jimmy: "did you hear about the morgans?" opens in a couple weeks. mary steenburgen, everybody. she's the greatest. you got to come back. snoop dogg performs next. thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. here with the roots to perform the song "i want to rock" from his new album "malice n wonderland," please welcome snoop dogg. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> i need you to get on your feet right now. ♪ ♪ hey, hey, hey hey, hey, hey ♪ ♪ it's ya eastside partner big snoopy d-o turned like d-lo catch me on your tivo ♪ ♪ long beach with me the city and the turf chump get turf stomped with the turf punk i'm geeked up ♪ ♪ i'm on my tip girl turn it up
what you here for i'm goin' all in ♪ ♪ that's what i do my little homey jerkin' what's up with you this little rappin' about tappin' out ♪ ♪ i'm almost twenty in the you rappin' about my peeled up the homeys growin' big ♪ ♪ i'm all in the club rollin' twenty crips you see a g you better know the deal ♪ ♪ you see the fellas fool i'm in the streets for real i'm kickin' on these [expletive] do 'em like dominos i slam 'em on they back ♪ ♪ and tell 'em vamanos i wanna rock right now i wannrock right now ♪ ♪ rock, rock right now i wanna rock right now rock, rock right now i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ ♪ rock, rock right now i wanna rock right now rock, rock right now ♪ i see 'em comin' huh that's what i hear 'em say
the .38 the same color's the chevrolets 501's on, gangsta lookin' good ♪ ♪ i'm in the club holes chuck'n up the hood we the west boy yeah, you see the shirt ♪ ♪ smokin' on the kobe messing with that perp i gotta get 'er man baby thick ♪ ♪ she said her name was seven call me michael vick 'cause i'm a dog give 'em the dick and dash ♪ ♪ what you called fo' if i ain't hit dat i'm snoopy d-o-bubb i get it poppin' cuz ♪ ♪ they get to spendin' cash screamin' t.i.u. now gon', turn it up lil' mama look at you i'm giggin on these do 'em like dominoes and slam 'em on they back ♪ ♪ and tell 'em vamanos i wanna rock right now rock, rock right now i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ boss dogg chillin' i wanna rock right now rock, rock right now i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ boss dogg chillin'
lookin like a million yeah, got it i'ma leave it to my children ♪ ♪ tonight i'm on some other and baby lovin' it ♪ ♪ fast grip dey like the oven mitt ♪ ♪ i'm gonned up, boy rich as boy black and gold breaks that's my truck boy i'm on me eastside ♪ ♪ i'm workin' i got the party goin' and it's jerkin' my all long ♪ ♪ we rollin' out deck getting' in yobetta pick a 'cause when i shut it down the party's over wit ♪ ♪ she call me superman i'm on my soldier boss dogg, get 'em i sick 'em and take 'em home ♪ ♪ west coast i'm on my throne i'm giggin' on these do 'em like dominoes and slam 'em on they back ♪ ♪ and tell 'em vamanos i wanna rock right now rock, rock right now i wanna rock right now rock, rock right now ♪ i wanna rock right now rock, rock right n i wanna rock right now rock, rock right now ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, wow, wow wow. that's what i'm talking about. snoop dogg, everybody! check out his new album "malice n wonderland." my thanks to mary steenburgen, snoop dogg and the greatest band in late night, the roots! stay-tuned for "carson daly." thanks. have a good weekend. see you next week. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪